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Emine Ziyatdinova’s lecture on Crimean Tatar identity

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On Saturday, February 13, at 1pm, as part of the Reconstruction of Memory exhibition project by IZOLYATSIA photographer Emine Ziyatdinova will read a lecture Crimean Tatar Identity and Propaganda in Crimea.

Emine Ziyatdinova was born in Uzbekistan, has long lived in Crimea and is currently based in Kyiv. She has studied photojournalism at Ohio University (US). Ziyatdinova’s documentary photography deals with immigration and ethnic minorities. Photographer’s projects on Russian émigrés in New York and Crimean Tatars in Ukraine have been published in The New York Times Lens photography blog, .týždeň and CNN Photos. For the Reconstruction of Memory exhibition, Emine created the installation called Home.

The lecture will take place at 8 Naberezhno-Luhova Street, Second floor.

The exhibition Reconstruction of Memory is held at IZOLYATSIA until March 4.


The event is made possible with the support of the Human Rights Fund of the Netherlands Embassy in Ukraine.


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